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THE STAGE COACH 

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THE STAGE COACH STAFF 




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VOLUME XXX I V 
1932 



Year Book of the Students 

SAINT MARY'S SCHOOL AND JUNIOR COLLEGE 

Raleigh, North Carolina 




Copyright 1932 

Margaret Stuart Dky 

Editor 

Sarah Dixon Vans 
Business Manager 







Saint Mary's School 
The Board of Trustees 

The Bishops 

Rt. Rev. Edwin A. Penick, D.D., Chairman Charlotte, N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Jos. Blount Cheshire, D.D Raleigh, N. C. 

Rt. Ret. Thos. C. Darst, D.D Wilmington, N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Kirkman G. Fini.ay. D.D Columbia, S. C. 

Rt. Rev. Albert S. Thomas. D.D Charleston, S. C. 

Rt. Rev. Junius M. Horner. D.D Asheville, N. C. 

Clerical and Lay Trustees 

North Carolina 
I Until 1033) (Until 1936) 

Rev. M. A. Barber, Raleigh Mr. Graham Andrews. Raleigh 

Mrs. T. W. Bickett. Raleigh Mrs. W. D. Toy. Chapel Hill 

•Mr. W. A. Erwin, Durham Mr. Richard H. Lewis, Oxford 

Rev. Isaac W. Hughes. Henderson *Mn. J. Cheshire Webb. Hillsboro 

East Carolina 
(Until 1932) (Until 1934) 

Rev. R. B. Drank, Edenton Rev. J. B. Girble. Wilmington 

Mr. W. D. MacMili.ax. Jr.. Wilmington Mr. Geo. C. Rovall, Goldsboro 

Western North Carolina 
(Until 1932) (Until 1933) 

Mr. Geo. H. Holmes. Tryon Rev. J. Preston Burke. Hendersonville 

Rev. B. M. Lackey. Lenoir Mrs. J. W. C Johnson. Franklin 

South Carolina 
(Until 1932) (Until 1932) 

Mr. Bex.i. Ai.lstox Moore, Charleston Rev. W. S. Poyner. Florence 

Mr. T. E. Myers, Charleston Rev. William Way, Charleston 

Uri'FR Sou in Carolina 
(Until 1932) (Until 1932) 

Mil J. Nelson Fiuehsox. Columbia Rev. William Johnson. Aiken 

Mr. Edmund R. Heyward, Columbia Rev. T. T. Walsh, D.D., York 

Executive Committee 

Rt. Rev. Edwin A. Penick. D.D., Chairman 
Rt. Rev. Jos. Blount Cheshire, D.D. 
Mr. Graham H. Andrews Rev. Isaac W. Hughes 

Mrs. T. W. Bickett Mr. Richard H. Lewis 

*Mr. W. A. Erwin Mr. Geo. C. Rovall 

Secretary of the Board of Trustees 

Mr. Alfred L. Purrini.ton. Jr Raleigh, N. C. 

Treasurer of the Board of Trustees 

Mr. Albert W. Tucker Raleigh, N. C. 



'Deceased. 



Four 



Saint Mary's School 
Faculty and Officers 1931-32 

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Academic Department 

Rev. Warren W. Way (B.A., M.A., D.D.I, Rector Bible 

Virginia Henry Holt (B.A., M.A.). Academic Head English 

William C. Gvess (B.A., M.A.) -History and Social Sciences 

Mabel Margaret Morrison (B.A., M.A., Ph.D.) Latin 

Annie Ruth Lineberiiy I B.A.. M.A.) Mathematics 

Allis Hussey (B.S., M.S., M.A.) French 

Dorortiiy Pope (B.A.. M.A. ) English 

Mary L. Miller (B.A.. M.A.) Chemistry 

Mar.iorie J. Lalor (B.A.) _ Biology and Hygiene 

Susan Reavis Cooke (Ph.B.) English and History 

Lora E. Simbolotti Spanish and French 

Mary Wilson Boiiannon (B.A.) French 

Katherine Hosmer (B.A.) English and History 

Jessle Lemo.nt Matthews (B.A.) Physical Education 



Special Departments 



Nannie Smith Art 

Lizzie H. Lee Stenography, Typewriting. Bookkeeping 

Florence C. Davis (B.O.) Expression, Dramatic Art 

Elizabeth Bason (B.A.) Home Economics 

William H. Jones (B.A.. A.A.G.O. ) Director of Music 

Ei.va B. Nicholson Piano 

Bessie Raye McMillan Violin 



Additional Officers 

Catherine Seytox Albertson Dean 0/ Students 

Albert W. Tucker (S.B.) Secretary a?ul Business Manager 

Nannie H. Marriott Dietitian 

Florence W. Talbot Assistant Housekeeper 

Anne S. Nash .: Librarian 

Lola B. Naylor Matron Infirmary 

Dr. H. B. Haywood School Physician 

Mrs. Hrc.n McLeod Study Hall 

Mela Allen Royall Alunmae Secretary 

Jcliet B. Sutton Secretary to the Rector 

Mary Lewis Sasser Office Secretary 

Doryce Wynne Office Secretary 



Ten 




Margaret Boney 
New York, N. Y. 



Stained glass windows — Jaunty hats- 
Pa n talets — Huh i n s 



Grace Bumvs Bowes 
Rockingham, N. C. 

Modernistic patterns — Repartee — College 
Humor— Dances 



Fannie Belle Bray Bonnie June Cassidy 

Raleigh. N. C. Roslyn, N. Y. 

Jazz — High heels — Lazy summer after- Tennis rackets — Berets — Books — Speed 
noons limits 



Twelve 




Elizabeth Marshall Davis 
Durham, N. C. 

Speeding roadsters — Bright scarfs 
Finals 



Margaret Stuart Dey 
Norfolk, Va. 

for unil parties — Yachts — Deep waters- 
Thoroughbreds 



Caroline Winder Dunn 
New Bern, N. C. 

8 carl et poppies — Sarcasm — Executive 
councils — Evening-iii-Paris 



Rosabell Elliott 
Fort George G. Meade, Maryland 

A riiii/ posts — Horseback riding — Laugh- 
ter — Friendliness 



Thirteen 




Elizabeth Thomas Gantt 

Raleigh, N. C. 



Ltjcy Marshall Goode 
Dinwiddle, Va. 



Broun thrush — Indian maiden — Little Specials — New Year's Eve — Fraternity 
women — Tea kettles irins — Impulsiveness 



Angileen Bodley Graham 
Wheeling, W. Va. 

Earnestness — Giggles — Popsicles — Red 
balloons 



Marina Hoyt Henry 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Endeavor — Patent leather — Big sister 



Fourteen 




VIRGINIA HllYI.E 

Lincolnton, X. C. 



{Catherine Hock Jameson 
Oxford, N. C. 



Pep meetings — Summer Co-ed — Late dates Tea ruses— Pastel Organdy — Dresden doll 
— Temper 



Lillian Lucas 
Trenton, N. J. 

Hay-rides — Daffodils — Camp fire girl 



Caroline Mann 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Lipstick — Tea dances — State — Short fur 
jackets 



Fifteen 




Gertrude Haywood Mott 
Wilmington, Del. 



Mary Tooi.e Pakkee 
Asheville, N. C. 



Moods — Mischief — Polo coats — Fox terrier The Bookman — Firesides — Cloud-topped 

mountains 



Sara Clay Payloi: 
Raleigh, N. C. 

('ailing cards — Receptions — Kid gloves- 
Reserve 



Elsa McKoy Rose 
Greenville, S. C. 

Tap dancing — Enabling waters — Gold 
cream — Nonchalance 



Sixteen 




Lucile Currin Rrx 
Henderson, N. C. 



Susan Fosteh Stoker 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Telephones — Brown pottery — Pastoral Test tubes — Squirrels — Midnight oil- 
poems Hidden nooks 



Jane Bernhardt Toms 
Salisbury, N. C. 

Corsages — Happy marriage — Sincerity- 
Dates 



Sarah Dixon Vann 
Franklinton, N. C. 

Quills — Silver vases — Tinkling tea glasses 



Seventeen 




Mary Ellen Watts 
Charlotte, N. C. 



Helene Will-ingham 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 



Angel skin — Black lace dinner gowns — Quietness — A mossy hank — Katydid 
Vogue — Society 



Charlotte Winborne 
Marion, N. C. 



Molly Winbobne 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Furcoats — Football games — Proms — Snow- Moaning saxophones — Golf courses- 
balls Tailored suits 



Eighteen 



The Historv of the Class of 1932 

j 
The Cine-Kodak Film of a Member of the Class of '32 

SbttHTG — A dreary, rainy day, September 17, 1928. Saint Mary's hi harmony with weather. New 
girls crying from lone sameness. (Tears are dried the next day when school begins in earnest.) 

Reel 1 — Eighteen homesick, rather green Freshmen, who matriculated with Miss Holt the day before, 
now start on what seems to them an endless journey. But in a few days they are happy again. And 
why shouldn't they be? Think of the excitement of being elected to the Mu or Sigma Athletic Society 
and the E. A. P. or Sigma Lambda Literary Society, of electing Frances Haigh as our President, of going 
to the Hallowe'en party and Colonial Ball for the first time, of going home for Christmas and Spring 
Holidays and of singing to our much admired Seniors at the end of the year as we move down on the 
front steps to take the place of the Sophomores. 

Reel, 2 — The September of 1929 finds only six of the class back. They have all grown a great deal 
and are no longer the green Freshmen of a year ago. Charlotte Winborne, Margaret Dey and Gertrude* 
Mott .ioin our ranks this year. Oh the joy of being Old Girls! We are the escorts to the Old Girl-New 
Girl party instead of the escorted. We have been a little blue about starting work again, but after 
this we feel better and enthusiastically elect Margaret Dey as our President and Miss Bohannan 
our adviser. Under their guidance we pass a happy year enjoying the Colonial Ball and Class parties 
just as much as the year before. We are very proud of having the seniors as our sister class ajnd 
nothing gives us as much pleasure as the tea Miss Holt and Miss Albertson give the two 
classes together. The last scene shows us bidding our sister class good-bye and moving down to take 
the place of the Juniors. 

Reel, 3 — There is an air of sophistication hovering over the next scene. The little Freshmen are now 
Juniors. Again there are only six of us back but our cla-ss is greatly enlarged by New Girls. Twenty- 
three of the members of the class of '32 come in this year. We elect one of the new girls, Caroline Dunn, 
as our new President and Miss Matthews as our adviser. What a busy and exciting time we have 
this year! There is English M. to keep us working hard but little that matters — we can go down town 
unchaperoned on Monday mornings and one other day during the week and, if we are very good, we can 
go visiting on Monday afternoons. Among other things we give a Hallowe'en Party. Our "Cave of 
Death" strikes terror into the hearts of the New Girls. We are to give a Senior-Junior banquet a little 
later so we sell hot dogs at this party to make a little money. The hot dog stand is quite a success be- 
cause this is the only time during the year that the girls are not strictly forbidden to eat hot dogs. 
When we come back after Christmas the first thing we think of is the banquet. This is a big occasion 
for us. The Juniors the year before had theirs at the Carolina Hotel but w r e have ours at the Woman'. 1 ; 
Club. Imagine our excitement when Dr. Way permitted us to have an orchestra of boys — an unheard 
of wonder! Evening dresses are taken out for the first time since Christmas and girls run around 
trying to get someone — anyone — to help them with their toasts. This proves to be a great success much 
to the relief of "Carrie" and her helpers. As this reel ends the class has at last reaehedi the bottom 
step. We are to be Seniors next year! 

Reel 4 — A dream realized. We are at last Seniors. It is quite thrilling for several of us becamse 
we have never been Seniors before. Rasabell Elliott is elected as our President and Miss Pope as our 
adviser. "Carrie" did so well the year before that she is elected as the President of the Student. Body. 
We are delighted to find a new girl is entering our class. Jane Toms joins us. We feel awfully im- 
portant — we can sign in the Senior Book when we go out instead of getting a slip from Miss 
Albertson — we can chaperone — we can sit in the back of the Chapel — and we are the first Senior Class 
to whom the privilege of "sleeping through" every Monday morning is granted. Christmas comes and 
we give a play "The Fair;- Shoemaker," the night before we go home. When wie come back there are 
exams to be taken but we pass and go happily on our way »s before. The Sunday after exams Dr, and 
Mrs. Way give us a party. We have always envied the Seniors when they told us about the lovely time 
they have had and now we are the envied ones. After Spring Holidays comes the Senior Vaudeville 
and then the Junior-Senior Banquet at which we are the guests this time. We all have a wonderful 
time but it makes us realize that in a few weeks we shall leave our belovtd Alma Mater never to return 
again as students. 

Commencement — what a world of different feelings it brings. The Seniors are a little sad as they move 
off the steps singing "Goodbye School, We're Through" for the next day they are to get their diplomas 

and each must go her own way! 

Katherine Jamieson. 



Nineteen 



Prophecy 



Margaret Boney — Incapacitated by excess poundage; author of 
"Youth." 

Grace Bowes — Author of "The Science of Thinking." 

Fannie Belle Bray — Maker of energy-producing machines. 

Bonnie June Cassidy — Movie siren. 

Elizabeth Davis — Specializer in fraternity pins. 

Margaret Dey — Died in a dye factory. 

Caroline Dunn — Evangelist. 

Rosabell Elliott — Dieted away ability to stand alone. 

Elizabeth Gantt — Famous reader. 

Lucy Marshall Goode — Missionary to African heathen. 

Angileen Graham — Winner of giggling contest in the Olympics. 

Marina Henry — Star of the Russian ballet. 

Virginia Hoyle — Social service worker. 

Katherine Jamieson — Washerwomen and proud mother of ten. 

Lillian Lucas — Author of her experiences. 

Caroline Mann 
Sara Clay 

Gertrude Mott — Died after looking into these futures. 

Mary Parker — Head exploded from too many facts. 

Elsa Rose — Advice to mothers on children's finger nails. 

Lucile Rux — Miss Sutton's successor. 

Susan Stoker — Owner of permanent wave shop. 

Jane Toms — Author of "Sayings for the Right Moment. 

Sarah Vann — Swimmer of the Atlantic. 

Mary Ellen Watts — Night-club hostess. 

Helene Willingbam — Dramatic actress. 

Charlotte Winborne — Runner of Kat farm. 

Molly Winborne — High soprano in grand opera. 



Mann / 

— . } Successful law tir 
ny Paylor ) 



Twenty 



Class Poem 

OUB. ship has sailed on dangerous journey sent 
To search for knowledge — not on pleasure bent. 
Some find, in part, the treasure aftei toil. 
But ne'er a one has captured all the spoil. 

Our first brief pause is ended. Far behind 
We leave the harbor, sheltered from the wind ; 
And on our way, alone, we go to fight, 
Xo patient hands to steer our course aright. 

Yet what remains beyond the horizon? 
What storms to brave, what blist'ring sun? 
Can we endure the lot that's cast by fate. 
And come to rest in brave, undaunted state? 

Each one of us must steer a different course 
In seas oft rough with sorrow and remorse. 
Some few, successful, reach the journey's end. 
They're lost who find the leak too late to mend. 

Where'er we go, whatever we attain 
Can never dim the mem'ry of the name, 
Saint Mary's, dear to us for friendships won. 
It stands before our eyes and beckons on. 

And when we come, with sails full-furled to harbor, 
We'll spend the passing moments, filled with fervor — 
Bememb'ring each dear face of our first crew, 
With sad sweet thoughts, the class of thirty-two. 

Grace Bowes. 



Twenty-one 



Last Will and Testament 



WE the Senior Class of '32, being about to close the gates of Saint 
Mary's behind us for the last time, wish to leave a few of our 
characteristics to the less fortunate underclassmen, trusting they will 
fully appreciate the honor thus conferred upon them. 



We will Margaret Boney's position on the 
Altar Guild to Virginia Evans. 

To Beatty Josephs, that croonin' gal. 
we will Grace Bowes' dancing ability. 

Fannie Belle Bray's air of assurance 
goes to Virginia Evans. 

Our Bonnie June's true blueness goes 
to Alice Alexander. 

There is only one other beside Lib 
Davis who could get by with wearing three 
fraternity pins at once. So Dot Harper, 
here's luck to you I 

Margaret Day's partnership in the 
lavender ensemble goes to Jane Smoot. 

Rosabelle Elliott's love for the Army 
and Navy goes to Nickie Musgrave. 

Elizabeth Gantt's vocal ability goes to 
Florence Estelle Eagles. 

Angileen Graham leaves to Gladys Hassell 
her veneer of sophistication. 

Lucy Marshall's frequent corsages, 
specials, etc., go to Bessie Morton. 

Marina Henry's gorgeous black top goes 
to Thelma Troxler. 

We think Virginia Hoyle's quick temper 
should be left behind. 

Katherine Jamieson's fragility we leave 
to Margaret Bugg. 

Lillian Lucas's innumerable shirts and 
ties go to Helen Lebby. 

Caroline Mann's constant presence at 
the various State dances goes to Margaret 
Hubbard. 

Sarah Clay Paylor's amazing well kept 
coiffure we will to Lillian Johnstone. 

Susan Stoker's most delightful aesthetic 
dancing goes to Almeda Stewart. 



We will Jane Toms's chicness to Ellen 
Moore. 

Mary Ellen Watts' s insatible desire to 
know all the school scandal goes to Patsv 
Hill. 

Helene Willingliam's raeakness we be- 
queath to Sally Paine. 

Wherever one goes one is asked the 
question, "Do you know Charlotte Win- 
bourne.'" Charlotte has kindly written 
the secret to her success out in a little 
blue book. We will this book to Edna 
Cummings. 

Molly Winbourne's husky contralto 
voice, which is the envy of various young 
ladies, we will to Nell Tyler. 

We will Sara Vann's surprising 
facility in English Class to Mary Hasselle. 

Lucile Rux's habit of shrugging goes to 
Peggy Russell. 

Elsa Rose gets the prize for "foxing" 
Mr. Guess. 

Of Gertrude Mutt's brilliance we donate 
to Barbara Scott at least a fourth. 

Mary Parker's ability to pull the wool 
over Miss Holt's eves goes to Evelvn 
Toffoli. 

Forward, next student body president! 
We will to you Caroline Dunn's St. Mary's 
swagger. 

To our three Heads: Dr. Way, Miss 
Albertson, and Miss Holt, we the ninetieth 
graduating class of St. Mary's School, give 
our unanimous thanks. 

To Miss Pope, who has been our constant 
friend and adviser, we leave our undying 
appreciation and thanks. 

Virginia Hoyle, Lawyer. 



Jeffries 
Mr. Shaw 
Esther Skeldinu 



Senior Directory 



MARGARET HONEY 

E. A. P. New York. N. Y. Hu 

1930-1932 

Commencement Marshal, 1 : Altar Guild, 1-2. President. 2; Bulletin Staff, 1 ; Pan Archon 
Council. 2 ; Swimming Manager. 2; Dramatic Club. 1-,!; Honorary Hockey Varsity, 2: 
May Court. I: Honor Council. 2; Letter Club. 2; Hockey Clans Team. 1; Basketball 
Class Team, 1. 

GRACE BROWS BOWES 

E. A. P. Rockingham, N. C. Sigma 

1930-1932 

Hall President, I; church Warden. 2; Hockey Varsity. 2; Hockey Class Team, 1-2; 
Basketball Class Team. 2; Class Poet, 2; Basketball Varsity. 2; Honorary Basketball 
Varsity. 2. 

FANNIE BELLE BHAY 
Sigma Lambda Raleigh, N. C. Sigma 

1930-1932 

BONNIE JUNE CASSIDI 

E. A. P. Roslyn. N. Y. Mu 

1930-1932 

Honor Council. 1-2. Vice President. Junior Class. 1; Assistant Editor Bulletin. 1; 
Dramatic Club. 1-2; Hockey Manager. I ; Honorary Hockey Varsity. 1-2; Tennis Doubles 
Runner-up. 1: Second Place Track Meet. 1; Mu President, 2: Pan Archon Council, 2; 
Altar Guild. 2; Athletic Editor Bulletin. 2; Tennis Singles Championship, 2; Letter 
Club. 1-2: Riding club. 1-2; Swimming Team. 1-2: Basketball Class Team. 1-2: Second 
"Most Athletic." 2: ■'Best All-round." 2: Pay Day Treasurer. 2: Basketball Varsity, 2. 

ELIZABETH MARSHALL DAVIS 

Sigma Lambda Durham. N. C. Sigma 

1930-1932 

President Sigma Lambda Literary Society. 2; Pan Archon Council, 2: Annual Staff, 1: 
Chapel Warden, 2: May Court. 1; Hockey Class Team. 1; Hockey Varsity, 2; Cheer 
Leader. 1; Office Assistant, 2. 

MARGARET STUART DEY 

E. A. P. Norfolk, Va. Mu 

1929-1932 

President. Sophomore Class. 1; Honor Council. 1: Pan Archon Council. 1-2-3; Literary 
Editor Stage Coach. 2: Editor-in-Chief Stage Coach, 3 : Chief Commencement Marshal, 2: 
Vice President Senior Class. ■! : Secretary E. A. P. Literary Society, 3; Crucifer, S: 
May Court. 2; Basketball Class Team. 1-2-3: Basketball Varsity. 3; Honorary Basketball 
Varsity. .'. 

CAROLINE WINDER DUNN 
Sigma Lambda New Bern. X. C. Mu 

1930-1932 

President Junior class. I ; President Student Body. 2: Altar Guild, 1-2; Hockey Varsity, 
2; Cheer Leader. 2: Granddaughters' Club, 1; Honor Council. 1-2; Pan Archon Council. 
1-2. 

HOSABELL ELLIOTT 
Sigma Lambda Fort George G. Meads, Maryland Sigma 

1930-1932 
President Senior Class. 2; Honor Council. 2: Pan Archon Council, 2; Altar Guild. 1-2; 
Marshal, 2; Letter Club, 2: Riding Club, 2; Honorary Hockey Varsity, 2; Winner Swim- 
ming Meet, 2; Swimming Manager, 1 ; Tennis Manager. 2; Swimming Pool Life Guard, 2. 



Twenty-three 



ELIZABETH THOMAS GANTT 

Sigma Lambda Raleigh, N. C. Mu 

1930-1932 
Glee Club. 1-2: Dramatic Club. IS. 

Ll'CY MARSHAL! GOODE 

Sigma Lambda Dinwiddle, Va. Sigma 

1930-1932 

President Sigma Athletic Association. 2: Commencement Marshal. 2; Pan Archon 
Council. 2; May Court, 1; Glee Club. 1: Hockey Class Team. 1-2: Hockey Varsity, 2: 
Basketball Class Team. 1-2: Basketball Varsity. 1-2: Assistant Librarian. 2; Honorary 
Basketball Varsity. 2. 

ANGILEEX HOOLEY GRAHAM 

Sigma Lambda Wheeling, W. Va. Sigma 

1930-1932 
Dramatic Club. 1-2; Class Hockey Team. 1; Sigma Varsity Hockey Team, 2. 

MARINA HOYT HENRY 

Sigma Lambda Chapel Hill, N. C. Sigma 

1930-1932 
Granddaughters' Club. 1 ; Dramatic Club. 1-2; Aaltar Guild. 2: President V. P. S. L.. 2. 

VIRGINIA HOYLE 

Sigma Lambda Lincolnton, N. C. Sigma 

1930-1932 
Hockey Class Team. 7-2; Basketball Varsity. 1; Cheer Leader. 2; Class Testator, 2. 

KATHERIXE HOGE JAMIE SON 

E. A. P. Oxford. N. C. Mu 

192S-1932 

Vice President Prep Class. 1; Latin Club. 1; Class Hockey Team. 1; Varsity Hockey 
Team. 2; May Court. 1-8-3; Commencement Marshal. 3: Glass Historian. .',. 

LILLIAN LUCAS 

E. A. P. Trenton, N. J. Mu 

1930-1932 

Draniatic Club. 1-2: Class Hockey Team. 2; Class Basketball Team. 2. 

CAROLINE MANN 

Sigma Lambda Raleigh, N. C. Sigma 

1930-1932 

GERTRUDE HAYWOOD MOTT 

E. A. P. Wilmington, Del. Sigma 

1929-1932 

Glass Hockey Team. 1-2-3: Sigma Hockey Varsity. 3; Hockey Manager. 3: Secretary 
Junior Class, 2: Dramatic Club, 1-2-3: President Dramatic Club. 3; Bulletin Staff, 3: 
Choir. 3; Postoffice. 2-3: Granddaughters' Club. 1-2-3: Second Wittiest. 3: Class Basketball 
Team. 3: Secretary Y. P. S. L.. 3: Class Prophet, 3: Pan Archon Council, 3. 



Twenty-four 



MARY TOOLE PARKER 

E. A. P. Asheville. N. C. Mu 

1930-1932 

Editor-in-Chief Bulletin, 2: Stage Coach Staff. 1-2: Choir, 2: Altar Guild, 2; Library 
Assistant. 2: Honor Council. 2; Pan Archon Council. 2: Vice President E. A. P. Literary 
Society, 2: Hockey Class Team, 2. 

SARA (LAY I'AYLOR 

B. A. P. Raleigh, N. C. Mu 

1930-1932 

EISA McKOY ROSE 

E. A. P. Greenville, S. C. Mu 

1930-1932 

President E. A. P. Literary Society. 1 : Pan Archon Council, 2; Choir. 2: Altar Guild. 2: 
Letter Club. 2; Tennis Manager. 2: Honorary Varsity Hockey, 2: Basketball Class Team. 
2; Cheer Leader, 1-2: Life Saving, 2: Granddaughters' Club, 1-2: Vice President Mas. 2. 

UTILE ( TKH1X RIX 

Sigma Lambda Henderson, N. C. Sigma 

1930-1932 
Atlar Guild. 2: Class Hockey Team. 1. 

SUSAN FOSTER STOKER 

Sigma Lambda Raleigh, N. C. Sigma 

1930-1932 

JANE BERNHARDT TOMS 

Sigma Lambda Salisbury, N. C. Sigma 

1931-1932 

Secretary and Treasurer of Senior Class. 1 : Secretary Sigma Lambda Literary Society. 
1: Altar Guild, 1: Dramatic Club. 1: Basketball Class Team. 1: Hockey Class Team. 1. 

SARAH DIXON YAXX 

Sigma Lambda Franklinton, N. C. Mu 

1930-1932 
Business Manager Stage Coach. 2: Church Warden, 2: Altar Guild. 2. 

MARY ELLEN WATTS 

E. A. P. Charlotte. N. C. Mu 

1930-1932 
Church Warden. 2. 

HKLEXK WILLIXT.HAM 

E. A. P. Rocky Mount, N. C. Sigma 

1930-1932 
Granddaughters' Club. 1-2. 

CHARLOTTE HLAXTOX WINBORNE 

Sigma Lambda Marion, N. C. Sigma 

1929-1932 

Vice President Sophomore Class. 1: Stage Coach Staff. 2; Class Hockey Team. 1: May 
Court. 1-2. 

MOLLY W1XBOKXE 
Sigma Lambda Raleigh. N, C. Sigma 

1930-1932 

Twenty-five 




Twenty-six 



Junior Class 

Melba Chambi.ee President 

Helen Lebby Vice President 

Bessie Morton Goode Secretary-Treasurer 

Miss Hussey Class Adviser 



MiLDiiKi) Berkeley 
Charlotte Blackstc 
Melba Chambi.ee 
Frances Clavpooi.e 
Harriet Close 
Anna Lee Derrick 
Marion Eighme 
Margaret Ellison 
Virginia Evans 
Nancy Gordon 



Marion Gwai.tney 
Li'clle Hardin 
Flora Johnson 
Frances Jones 
Mary Frances Jones 
Nell Joslin 
Elsie Lawrence 
Heu:n Lebby 
Hej.en Morton 
Margaret McDonald 



Elizabeth Neal 
Frances Norhis 
Agnes Peschau 
Eleanor Poi.k 
Louise Rathhone 
Margaret Russell 
Esther Skei.iiing 
Jtjlia Skinner 
Rosalie Watters 
Te.mpe Yarboroi'gh 



Irene Abernathy 
Mary Virginia Adams 
Alice Alexander 
Dell/.ei.i.e Ai.ered 
Elizabeth Bridgers 
Addie Burcert 
Josie Chase 
Mary Chichester 
Edith Dando 



Conditional Juniors 

Lucy Dortcii 
Bessie Morton Goode 
Frances Gooi.rick 
Mary - Hasseli.e 
Ai.etiiia Johnson- 
Lillian Johnstone 
Margaret Kelly- 
Frances Lynn- 
Ellen Moore 



Mary McKay- 
Martha Odiorne 
Martha Outlaw 
Adell Parmiter 
Jean Raper 
Letitia Rider 
Almeda Stewart 
Eleanor Trapneli. 
Tiielma Thoxi.er 



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Twenty-eight 




Twenty-nine 




Bus 



iness 



Class 



Margaret Brown 
Catherine Cady 
Penelope Cowper 
Eloise Fiki: 
Mary Howard 



Arabella P. Johnson 
Beatrice Josephs 
Claire Marshall 
Virginia Nayi.or 
Ella May Noell 



Awiliia Roach 
Mary James Taylor 
Virginia Turnaue 
Helen Wright 
Elma Yates 



sfssis 



Thirty 







Sophomore Class 

l<]i iz \iii:i ii Morton President 

Betsy Mooke Vice President 

Jane Jones Secretary-Treasurer 

Miss La i.iiic Class Adviser 



isabelle ashbridge 
Mahv Katherine Atkins 
Edna Ctjmmings 
Jean Erwix 
Caroi.yx Fulenwideb 



Parker Goodwin 
Dorothy Harper 
Jaxe Joxes 
Betsy Moor?: 
Mildred Moore 
Rebekah Morris 



Elizabeth Morton 
Rosixe Raoul 
Jane Smoot 
Jane Snyder 
Mary Louise Taylor 



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Thirty-two 



FTE5H 









Freshman Class 

Haydee Mokhis President 

Nancy MoCleskey ....Vice President 

Frances Everett Secretary-Treasurer 

Miss Matthews Class Adviser 

Mama Alsop Alice Horsi.ey Betty Soliieiji 

Kei.sey Crocker Margaret Hubbard Nell Tyler 

Frances Everett Haydee Morris Axnte Ticker 

Gladys Habselle Nancy McCi.es kv Maria Ticker 

Nettie Pic.ott 



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i SHHHH 



Preps 

Annie Webb President 

Margaret Bugg Vice President 

Miss Stjtton Adviser 



Margaret Bugg 
Virginia Clark 
Betty Harper 
Patsy Hill 
Martha Best Ivey 



Grace L. Lancaster Audrey Paine 

Carolyn Love Barbara Paine 

Jane Maeyer Barbara Scott 

Anne Moshy Betty Simmons 

Margaret Misgrave Betty Tryon 



Annie C. Ticker 
Maria Tucker 
Nell Tyler 
Perry' Bell Walton 
Dora Ware 
Annie Webb 



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Thirty-six 



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E. A. P. Society 

Elsa Rose President 

Mary Parker Yice President 

Margaret Dey Secretary-Treasurer 

Miss Cooke Adviser 

Bokbt, M. Hasselle. M. Johnston, B. Polk. E. 

Bowes. G. Horsley. A. Lebby, H. Raper. J. 

Cassidy. B. J. Howard. M. Lucas, L. Rose, E. 

Chichester, M. Hubbard. M. Morris. R. Tyler. N. 

Dando, E. Jamieson. K. Mosby, A. Watts, M. E. 

Dey. M. Jones, F. C. Mott. G. Webr. A. 

Gooi.rick, F. Jones. J. Parker, M. Willinghaii. H. 

Walton. P. B. 



sisals 



Thirty-eight 




Sigma Lambda 

Charlotte Winbokne President 

Sarah Vann Vice President 

Jane Toms Secretary-Treasurer 

Miss Pope Adviser 

Davis, E. Graham. A. Paine. S. Toms. J. 

Dunn. C. Henry. M. Raout.. R. Trapnei.l. E. 

Elliot. R. McKay. M. I. Rux, L. Troxlee. T. 

Erwin. J. Naylor. V. Russell. P. Vans, S. 

Goode. L. M. Outlaw. M. Skinner. J. W. Winrorne. C. 

Goodwin, P. Paine. B. Snyder. J. 



akals 



Thirty-nine 




Mu Athletic Association 



Bonnie June Cassidy. 
Ei.sa Rose 



President 

..Vice President 



Adams 


Claypooi.e 


Jamieson* 


McDoxai.d 


Alfred 


COWPER 


Johnston. A. P. Noeu. 


Alsop 


Derrick 


Josephs 


Norius 


Ashbridge 


Dey 


Jospin 


Paine, B. 


Atkins 


DoRTl II 


Lebby 


Paine. S. 


Berkeley 


Dunn 


Love 


Parker 


Blackstone 


Eagi.es 


Lucas 


Parjiiter 


BONEY 


ElGHJIE 


Lynx 


Payi.ou 


Bridgers 


Everett 


Marshall 


Raolt, 


BUGG 
Bl'RGERT 

Cady 
Carawan 


FULENWIDKIi 

Gantt 
Goodwin- 


Moore, B. K. 
Moore. M. M. 
Morris, H. 


Rathbone 
Rider 

Rose 


Cassidy 


Harper, D. C 


Morris, R. 


Simmons 


Chase 


HlT.I. 


Morton. E. F. 


Smoot 


Cmk HESTER 


IVEY 


McCi.eskey 


Soliietm 



Stoker 
Taylor. 
Taylor, 

TOEFOLI 
TROXLER 

Tryon 

Tucker, 

Tucker. 

Vaxx 

Waiters 

Watts 

Webb 

Wright. E. G. 

Yarborough 

Yates 



M. 
M. 



A. 
M. 



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Sigma Athletic Association 

Lucy Marshall Goode President 

Mary Howard yice President 



ABERNETHY 


GOOLRICK 




Kelly 


Rogers 


Alexander 


Gordon 




Lawrence 


Russell 


Bowes 


Graham 




Maeyer 


Run 


Bradley 


Gwaltney- 




Mann- 


Scott 


Bray 


Hardin 




Moore. E. D. 


SlCELDTNG 


Brown 


Harper, B. C. 




Morton. H. R. 


S K I NNER 


Chamelee 


Hasseule. G. 


McK. 


Mosby 


Snyder 


Clark 


Hasselle, M. 


C. 


Mott 


Stewart 


Close 


Henry 




MUSC.R.AVE 


Toms 


Cummings 


Horsi.ey 




McKay 


Trapnell 


Dando 


Howard 




Nayi.or 


TURNAGE 


Davis 


Ho>yle 




Neal 


Tyler 


Elliott 


Hubbard 




Odiorne 


Walton 


Ellison 


Johnson, A. W 




Outlaw 


Willingiiaji 


Eewih 


Johnson, I. F. 




Peschau 


WlNBORNE, C. B. 


Evans 


Johnstone. L. 


N. 


PlGOTT 


WlNBORNE. M. J. 


FURR 


Jones. F. C. 




Polk 


Wright. H. L. 


Goode, B. M. 


Junes. J. I. 




Raper 


Ware 


Goode, L. M. 


Jones, M. F. 




Roach 





Forty-one 




Honorary Hockey Varsity 



Josephs, B. 




Lawrence. E. 


Howard M. 


Gwaltney. M 


Harper, D. 




Cassidy, B. J. 


Boney, M. 


Tucker, A. 


Chichester, 


M. 


Elliott, R. 


Rose. E. 






Honorary Basketball Varsity 



Morton. E. 
Gooiie. L. M. 



Bowes. G. 
Close, H. 



Howard. M. 
Dey, M. 



Forty-two 




Forty-three 







Forty-four 




FbONNIE JUNE CASSIDY 

BEST ALU ROUND 





CAROLINE DUNN I 
MOST INFLUENTIAU 



TrOSABELL ELLIOTT | 
| M OST POPULA R 




i ALICE ALEXANDER. 
MOST ATTRACTIVE 



Forty-six 




["MARION gwaltney 1 

I MOST STYLISH 





PmARY HOWARD 
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i FRANCES TONESI 
BEST STUDENT } 




HAYDEE morris~| 

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Forty-seven 



Epilogue 



Shall we recall, when this year ends, 

Our fun, our foolishness, our friends? 
We've made this Stage Coach to convey 

Our thoughts on memory's pleasant way; 
And though it lacks magnificence 

{For this year shudders at expense) 
We hope our Stage Coach has indeed 

Been able somehow to succeed. 



TAYLOR'S 

"The Show Place of the Carolina^ 

COSTUMES DRESSES COATS FURS 

UNDERWEAR SPORTSWEAR FLOWERS 

JEWELRY HOSIERY BAGS 

NOVELTIES MILLINERY 

GIFTS ETC. 

TAYLOR'S 

Just a real good store, a store that 
enjoys serving you better 


SAVE SAFELY 

at 

BOON-ISELEY 

DRUG 

COMPANY 

Cut Rate Drugs 

PHONE 96 
We Deliver 


HOWARDS 

and 

CAROLINA CLEANERS 

116 Harrison Avenue Phone 4068 
Raleigh. N. C. 

Our Motto: Odorless Work of the 

Highest Quality, and 

Prompt Courteous Service 


THOS. H. BRIGGS&SONS 

Incorporated 

220 Fayetteville Street 

Raleigh, N. C. 

HARDWARE 

"The Convenient Place to Shop" 



A STORE IS KNOWN BY ITS CUSTOMERS 

Who shops there? 

Answer that question about any store and you establish the 
position of that store in the community. 

Today, as always, the representative women of the city instinct- 
ively turn to this store to satisfy their needs and gratify their 
tastes. 

The store that attracts and holds the patronage of this intelligent, 
discriminating element is. obviously, the logical store for every 
shopper. 

And remember — it costs no more to shop in good company! 



BOYLAN-PEARCE COMPANY 



'Raleigh's Shopping Center" 



BYNUM 

PRINTING 

COMPANY 



Better Printing 



PHONES 692—693 
RALEIGH, N. C. 



'I'll see you at 

'THE CALLY'" 

LUNCHES 

SODA 
CANDIES 

California Fruit Store 



COMPLIMENTS 
of 

HOTEL CAROLINA 

R. C. Powell, Mgr. 



BRANTLEY'S DRUG STORE 

The Place to Meet Your Friends 
AGENT FOR "'ELIZABETH ARDEN" 

Our 

SODAS and ICE CREAM 

Are Always Best 



TELEPHONES 14 and 15 



RALEIGH, N. C. 



BY APPOINTMENT 
MORE THAN 1,400 FIRMS 



which supply commodities to the royal family of England 
today hold warrants permitting them to use the royal 
crest on their windows, stationery and labels. They are 
located in nearly every country in the world and make 
everything from wine corks to horse millinery and ele- 
phant trappings, and are appointed because of the excel- 
lence of their products. 

\^ hile we enjoy no appointment by virtue of royal de- 
cree, certainly in the matter of electric service no King, 
Queen, Prince or Princess could have better than that 
available to every American man, woman and child in 
home, office, factory, school, theatre — anywhere and 
everywhere transmission and distribution lines reach. 



CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY 



Wear 

CINDERELLA 


Drugs Toiletries 


Footwear 


ECKERD'S 


113 Fayetteville Street 

Pays to Visit Our Bargain Basement 


"Creators of Reasonable 
Drug Prices" 




FOUNTAIN 

and 




"The Little Store" 


LUNCHEONETTE 


SERVES 


SERVICE 


SAINT MARY'S 




EDWARDS DRUG CO. 


222 Fayetteville Street 
Raleigh, N. C. 


Hillsboro at Glenwood 




Raleigh's Smartest Shop 


RALEIGH'S EXCLUSIVE 
FLOWER SHOP 




*• 

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JSffillBJ 


Phone 4070 

J. J. FALLON CO., INC. 

203 Fayetteville Street 
"JFe Grow the Flowers We Sell'' 


126 Fayetteville Street 

Featuring — 






SMART, STYLISH 


RALEIGH FRENCH DRY 


APPAREL 

for the College Miss who aspires 

to the distinction of being 

smartly gowned at 

all times! 


CLEANING AND 
DYEING COMPANY 

Main Office: 17 S. Wilmington St. 

OLDEST AND BEST 





W here the quiet dignity of this 
very modern shop is reflected in 


SHOPPING 


the comprehensive showing of 
ultra smart wearables for every 


at 

HUDSON-BELK 
COMPANY 


occasion. 

DRESSES 

COATS : : SUITS 

MILLINERY 


Is Shopping 


J ery Moderate Prices 


at 


Charge Privileges Available 


Central Carolinas" Largest 


^ \PC\V\A 


Department Store 


1 


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■rtSflRT SHOP FOR SMART WOMlS^H 


108 Fayetteville Street 




FROCKS and GOWNS 


MAKE OUR STORE 




YOUR STORE 


ior Street, Sport, 




Afternoon and 


We Are For You 


Dinner Wear . . . 




NEW CREATIONS 
Received Daily 




LANGDON'S 




1217 Hillsboro Street 
PHONE 4455 




'ThtSkop of Original Modes VA * 

IJCIEXlJH 




1 1 2 Fayetteville Street 



MANGEL'S 

DRESSES 

SKIRTS 

SWEATERS 
BLOUSES 

Fan-Tan Hose 

124 Fayetteville Street 


SCHOOL 
SUPPLIES 

EVERSHARP PENCILS 
WATERMAN'S FOUNTAIN 

PENS 

KODAKS AND SUPPLIES 

ALBUMS, MEMORY BOOKS 

POEMS 

LOOSE LEAF BOOKS 

STATIONERY 

"Best of Service" 

JAMES E. THIEM 

Phone 135 
RALEIGH, N. C. 


ROBERTSON- 
WILLIAMSON 
COMPANY 

Operating R & W 
Grocerterias 


WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE 
OF COLLEGE FOOTWEAR 

ROSCOE-GRIFFIN 
SHOE CO. 

Raleigh, N. C. 


Warren's Transfer 

305 West Martin Street 

Phone 538 

Raleigh, N. C. 


We Furnish You 
Dining Room Meats 



Saint Mary's School and Junior College 

Rev. Warren W. Way. A.M.. D.D.. Rector 


Raleigh, North Carolina 


High School graduates are offered two years of Grade A College work. 

The Curriculum also includes four years of High School work. 
All Academic Courses fully accredited by the Southern Association. 

SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS IN ART, BUSINESS. EXPRESSION 
HOME ECONOMICS 

MUSIC: Piano. Voice, Violin, Church Organ 

TWENTY-ACRE CAMPUS— FIELD SPORTS— GYMNASIUM— TENNIS 
INDOOR TILED SWIMMING POOL— HORSEBACK RIDING— GOLF 

Annual Sessions — Mid-September to June 

Write A. W. TUCKER. Business Manager for Catalogue and View Book 


SIDDELL STUDIO 

RALEIGH. N. C. 

Official Photographer for 
The Stage Coach 


STAUDT'S 

Butter-Nut 

BREAD and 
CAKES 

(it \ yftUAumT s : A 
!££/ bakers \ • | J 

yffif AMERICA V J 


Porter Candv Co. 

Wholesale Confectioners 

Telephone 119 
313 S. Blount Street 


f ! 'if = V ri,ls M, "" u s ' j "< K, ' ir i 

IvJojaliftg Products J 

STAUDT'S BAKERY 

Phone 4040 

RALEIGH, N. C. 



WRIGHT'S DAIRY 
The Pines 


S & W CAFETERIAS 

For Your Convenience 

RALEIGH 
322 Fayetteville Street 

Raleigh 

Charlotte Knoxville 

Asheville Atlanta 

Roanoke 

Chattanooga 


We Furnish Your 
Milk and Cream 


Garner Road, R. F. D. No. 3 
RALEIGH. NORTH CAROLINA 


We Appreciate 

Your patronage of the past season 
and sincerely trust our efforts to 
offer you the BEST in entertain- 
ment has been successful. 

STATE 
PALACE 
CAPITOL 

Operated by Publix-Kincey 
Theatres 


Geo. Marsh Co., Inc. 

Wholesale Grocers 

310 S. Harrington Street 


BLUE STAR STORES 
Home Owned 



Hotel Sir Walter 

Raleigh, N. C. 


ARTHUR'S 
SEA FOOD MARKET 

Arthur E. Dicks, Proprietor 


350 Rooms 350 Baths 


Phone 255 City Market 


Every 




Modern 
Convenience 






"Where the Parents and Girls are 




Always Welcome" 


DONATION 


GRIFFIN & BLAND HOTEL 


Wholesale Meats 


COMPANY, Props. 




CAPITAL ICE & COAL 




COMPANY, INC. 

By using our Ice and Coal your 
home will be made much more 


COMMONWEALTH 
COAL CO, INC. 


comfortable, as you will always 




get the highest quality products at 


Chas. M. Farrer, Mgr. 


reasonable prices. 

Phones 492 and 493 






We Supply the Fuel for 


Alfred Williams & Co. 


Your Heating 


Raleigh and Chapel Hill 


Plant 


North Carolina 




SPECIAL ENGRAVING 
DIPLOMAS CERTIFICATES 


Phone 353 16 Dixie Drive 


Commencement Invitations 





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PROGRAM 



1. Procession of Classes 

2. Welcome by Senior President Rosabell Elliott 

3. Responses in Song 

4. Senior Class Roll Jane Toms 

5. Class History Katherine Jamieson 

6. Class Prophecy Gertrude Mott 



PROGRAM 

7. Class Poem ....Grace Bowes 

8. Last Will and Testament Virginia Hoyle 

9. Awards 

10. Presentation of Class Gift 

11. Dedication of Annual Margaret Dey 

12. "Good-Bye, School" 



The Class of 1932 



boney, margaret, 
Bowes, Geace Beown, 
Beay, Fannie Bell, 
Cassidy, Bonnie June, 
Davis, Elizabeth Maeshall, 
Dey, Maegaeet Stuaet, 
Dunn, Caroline Winder, 
Elliott, Rosabell, Fort 

Gantt, Elizabeth Thomas, 
Goode, Lucy Maeshall, 
Geaham, Angit.f.en Bodley, 
Heney', Marina Hoyt, 
Hoyle, Virginia, 
jamieson, katheeine hoge, 
Lucas, Lillian Robinson, 
Mann, Caroline, 
Mott, Gertrude Hay-wood, 
Parker, Mary Toole, 
Paylor, Sara Clay, 
Rose, Elsa McKoy, 
Rux, Lucile Cueein, 
Stoker, Susan Foster, 
Toms, Jane Beenhabdt, 
Vann, Sarah Dixon, 
Watts, Mary Ellen, 
wllungham, helene battle, 
Winboene, Charlotte Blanton, 
wlnborne, molly' jernigan, 



New York, N. Y. 

Rockingham, N. C 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Roslyn, N. T. 

Durham, N. C. 

Norfolk, Va. 

New Bern, N. C 

George G. Meade, Md. 

Raleigh, N. C 

Dinwiddie, Va. 

Wheeling, W. Va. 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Lincolnton, N. C. 

Oxford, N. C. 

Trenton, N. J. 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Wilmington, Del. 

Asheville, N. C. 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Henderson, N. C. 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Salisbury, N. C. 

Franklinton, N. C. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Marion, N. C. 

Raleigh, N. C. 



Commencement Marshals 
Alexander, Alice Winston, Chief, Charlotte, N. C. 
Chambi.ee, Melba Brown, Zebulon, N. C. 

Ellison, Margaret Amelia, Washington, N. C. 

Goode, Bessie Morton. Dinwiddie, Va. 

Gordon, Nancy, Spray. N. C.